Electronic Keyboard review genre: music/creative price: 200 DSi points game summary: "korg DS-10 DS for dummies" pretty much sums it up. gameplay: as soon as you start it you are greeted with a series of piano buttons, record/replay controlls, and instrument settings. you can use this to play some live music straight away, with some accompanyment of choice. or you can try to compose a masterpiece and save it for later in 1 of the 8 saveslots. content: you get 16 instruments, and 5 accompanyment styles to work with, and for each accompanyment you can choose 8 chords and 4 different sub-styles. you also get 5 quick-buttons to switch faster between instruments. graphics: clear clean graphics, not much beyond that to say considering it's just an electric piano. overal: compared to the more professional "korg DS-10 DS", it's only competitor on the DS, it has a lot less features. but it allows anyone who can tap a few on-screen buttons to make a song. for it's 200 points price it's certainly a good cheap alternative for those who aren't enough into music-making to learn the workings of korg. note: any prices mentioned are for the European version of the game, other regions may have different pricings.